A banquet (/ˈbæŋk.wɪt/; ) is a large meal or feast, complete with main courses and desserts. It usually serves a purpose such as a charitable gathering, a ceremony, or a celebration, and is often preceded or followed by speeches in honour of someone.
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... organizations and Varsity sports teams in bi-monthly discussion forums and an annual banquet (the President's Banquet) ... The Presidents' Banquet is the largest gathering of student leaders at Harvard College, and enables student leaders to learn from each other's experiences and ... Past keynote speakers of the Banquet include ...
... week saw the winning eight chefs battle for their dishes to be part of the final banquet menu, but in the main course, the judges added a ninth "Wildcard" chef, the defeated Central area ... judges couldn't decide which dessert dish should go to the banquet, they decided that both Richard and Daniel's dishes deserved to be put forward to the banquet, with them serving to half the guests each ... The Comic Relief banquet was shown in the final show, which aired on 29 March, with all five dishes being prepared and presented for 80 guests ...
... Today, banquets serve many purposes from training sessions, to formal business dinners ... Business banquets are a popular way to strengthen bonds between businessmen and their partners ... It is common that a banquet is organized at the end of an academic conference ...
... One hundred graduates attended first Alumni Banquet on June 22, 1892 ... The Alumni Banquet on June 10, 2011 was the 120th such banquet ...
... The Smugglers' Banquet (French Le Banquet des fraudeurs) is a 1952 Belgian crime film directed by Henri Storck ...
More definitions of "banquet":
- (noun): A ceremonial dinner party for many people.
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“One banquet in a rich family could feed a poor mans family for half a year.”
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Lord of Earth, and Heavens Heir.
Lay aside that Warlike Crest,
And of Natures banquet share:
Where the Souls of fruits and flowrs
Stand prepard to heighten yours.”
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